Zamazenta will soon return in a Pokemon Go Gym near you for a limited-time appearance in five-star Raid Battles. This Legendary Pokémon returns after a long absence with Pokemon Go’s Pokemon World Championship event. We haven’t seen Zamazenta on raids in Pokemon Go for about a year since its initial release with Zacian, so new players, and those who might be returning from a hiatus, are likely ready to battle the Pokemon Warrior and enjoy it. add to their collections. Veterans also have the option to earn more Candies and XL Candies to power up those they already own.
Zamazenta Raid Schedule
Zamazenta will appear as a five-star raid leader from 10 a.m. local time on August 18, and will remain in five-star raids until the same time on August 31, but he will share this spot with his “brother”. Zacian. Raids don’t usually follow a set schedule, and Zamazenta Raids will randomly spawn in Gyms around the world during this time, but you’ll receive an in-game notification when a Raid is about to start nearby.
Your best chance of finding a Zamazenta raid (or many of them) is during the raid hours when Zamazenta will be exclusively featured. Every Wednesday from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. local time, the majority of gyms hold five-star raids for trainers to work together to eliminate. There are two Raid Hours during Zamazenta’s stay in Raids, but only the second on August 31 will feature Zamazenta (August 24 Raid Hour will exclusively feature [Zacian](insert link to Zacian guide)). As always, you’ll need your free Daily Raid Pass or a Premium Battle Pass to join a raid in person, or a Remote Raid Pass to join a raid remotely.
Can I catch a shiny Zamazenta?
Although this is the second time Zamazenta has appeared in five-star raids in Pokemon Go, his shiny form is still unavailable. This may make some trainers decide to wait for its inevitable shiny release at some point in the future, but it’s still a great opportunity to earn Candy and Candy XL so you can power up any of the Zamazenta you might have. be caught.
Zamazenta Weaknesses and Cons
Zamazenta is a Fighting-type Pokémon. This means it is weak to Psychic, Flying, and Fairy-type attacks. Some recommended Pokémon include:
- Psychic: Mewtwo, Mega Latios, Hoopa Unbound, Alakazam
- Flight: Mega Pidgeot, Moltres, Honchkrow, Staraptor
- Fairy: Gardevoir, Togekiss, Sylveon
A Mega Tip: A Mega Evolved Pokémon increases the damage of all Pokémon in the raid by 10% and the damage of all Pokémon using attacks that share a type with the Mega Evolved Pokémon by 30%. Coordinate these Megas with your raid group for extra damage. Note: Mega Altaria boosts your allies’ Fairy-type attacks, but due to its defense-oriented stats and lack of a Fairy-type fast move, it won’t cause much damage on its own.
Don’t Be Afraid of Shadows: Shadow Pokemon do 20% more damage than their non-Shadow counterparts, so Shadow versions of any of the suggested Pokemon that have them can help you to win.
Types to Avoid
Zamazenta’s Fighting-type attacks like Close Combat will deal super-effective damage to Dark, Steel, Rock, Ice, and Normal-type Pokémon, and other moves like Crunch can provide him with cover against Psychic-types that are generally strong against him. Also, keep in mind that Fighting-type Pokémon like Zamazenta are resistant to Dark, Bug, and Rock-type attacks. Stay away from these types of Pokemon.
Should you attack Zamazenta beyond registration in your Pokédex? Zamazenta doesn’t have a Fighting-type fast move, which means it’s mostly outclassed by other Fighting-type Pokemon as a raid attacker that can deal more consistent Fighting-type damage like Machamp and Lucario . Zamazenta also has another form, the Crowned Shield form, which will likely be released in Pokemon Go at some point in the future. This form gets even better stats, gains the Secondary Steel type, and can have a different moveset that might make it more useful in raids. Zamazenta can’t be encountered at a low enough CP to be eligible for the Great League, and doesn’t perform very well in the Ultra League, but he does have some niche in the Master League. It’s by no means a necessity to have one, but its versatile arsenal of charged moves and Snarl’s massive energy generation can put off unsuspecting opponents.
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